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are built nowadays. to save energy, they're insulated. windows are airtight. >> at the same time, what's staying in the house is staying in the house. the problem is that a lot of air pollution is actually in the carpet or on the soft furnitures. >> that means kids like jack are trapped inside with things like dust and mold. these can trigger a dangerous asthma attack. >> sometimes i get dizzy and feel lightheaded, so then i feel like, in a way, i'm gonna pass out. >> so jack's mother is taking action to clear the air at home. she's using special filters on the vacuum and checking for dust -- even where it can not be seen. >> you never know what's underneath the carpet that you have, you know, from pets or from water damage. >> the solution is not only dusting and vacuuming. the experts also have a very high-tech idea. to freshen up the air, try opening up a window. >> ironically, one of the most commonly misspelled words in english is "misspelled." that might sound redundant, but it's not. the word "misspelled" is often misspelled. so that you don't make the same mistake, remember the
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